Associate Professor of Teaching
Angelo Rivero Santos has 18 years of teaching and research experience in higher education as well as in negotiation, lobbying, advocacy and diplomatic practice. He returned from an eight-year stint in diplomatic practice to the Center for Latin American Studies at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in the fall of 2014. In addition to working with graduate students pursuing degrees in Latin American Studies, he designed and currently teaches a graduate seminar entitled International Organizations: New Paradigms in Inter-Hemispheric Affairs? which analyses conceptually theoretically and empirically the changing nature of Western Hemispheric relations in the 21st century.
Areas of Expertise: Diplomacy, Political Economy
- PhD (1997) Syracuse University, Maxwell School, Development and International Political Economy/Latin America
- M.A. (1989) Syracuse University, Maxwell School, Economics
- M.P.A. (1989) Syracuse University, Maxwell School, Public Administration
- B.S. (1986) Syracuse University, Finance and Managerial Statistics